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Full Coverage & Modest Swimwear

What is a modest swimwear? 

Bathing suits that cover the head, arms, or legs can be considered modest.

People might choose more coverage for many reasons. Some reasons may be religion, medical, or simply a personal choice. 

No matter what the reason, SwimOutlet.com has swimwear options from bestseller activewear and fashion brands, including Nike modest swimwear.

Choose Your Style

Just like regular swimwear, modest swimwear comes in many styles. Choose from the classic one-piece swimsuit to full body swimsuits, unitard swimsuits, swim shorts, swim leggings, or swim skirt paired with a long-sleeve rashguard or swim top... the options are endless!

Cute modest swimsuits come in a variety of colors, patterns, and prints, with sizes ranging from youth to plus size modest swimwear. 

Modest swimwear Isreal style is full coverage and designed for religious reasons to show only the face, hands, and feet. Modest swimwear UK style is similar. Modest swimwear hijab may refer to the hood used to cover the hair and neck. 

Sun Protection

A full-coverage swimsuit has many benefits. One of the key benefits is UPF 50 sun protection built into the fabric covering your body.

Swimsuit tops, bikini bottoms, tankini tops, boardshorts, two-pieces, and cover-ups offer very little sun protection on their own, so you'll want to make sure you are buying something that offers UPF sun protection. And you'll still want to use sunscreen on skin that is exposed.

What does a modest swimsuit mean?

Bathing suits that cover the head, arms, or legs can be considered modest. People might choose more coverage for many reasons. Some reasons may be religion, medical, or simply a personal choice.

What is conservative swimwear?

Anything that covers more than your typical bikini can be considered conservative swimwear.

What to wear swimming modest?

You can wear anything from long-sleeves and full-length swim leggings to swim shorts and a rashguard. The difference is simply your personal preference in the amount of coverage.